Not only are the bears awake, but one wildlife official says they "see [humans] as a source of food.” RUN!
With pipeline projects stalling, more crude is riding the rails. Also, spilling. And blowing up. That's making the Oil Express a target for protest.
Louie Psihoyos promises his new documentary about extinction is a real-life Ocean's 11.
Morrissey, NO! You're making all vegetarians look like wackos!
A reader wonders why it’s so hard to work wind and solar power into the grid. Umbra gets a real charge out of the question.
The bill is only marginally better on environmental spending than the sequester, and it includes riders that undermine environmental regulation.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership draft puts no teeth behind environmental protections, and could let other countries undermine those in the U.S.
Hear those crickets? That’s the sound of The New York Times and other big U.S. papers covering global warming.
This is kind of the "man bites dog" of nature.
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